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Kinnevik: Nomination committee ahead of 2016 Annual General Meeting
In accordance with the shareholder resolution of the 2015 Annual General Meeting, Cristina Stenbeck has convened the Nomination Committee comprising Kinnevik's larger shareholders in terms of voting interest.

Great Wolf Resorts Equips Its Ninth Property With the PDC Smart Band(R) RFID Wristband System
VALENCIA, CA--(Marketwired - July 15, 2015) - PDC, a global leader of innovative identification solutions, announced today that Great Wolf Lodge in Wisconsin Dells, WI has retrofitted its property with the PDC Smart Band® RFID Wristband System

CAKE Continues Global Expansion and Growth
NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - July 31, 2014) - CAKE, the marketing technology SaaS company owned and operated by Accelerize New Media, Inc. (OTCQB: ACLZ), today announced the openings of new offices in London and New York, strengthening its growing presence and footprint across two continents.

Kinnevik: Anders Borg proposed to join the Board of Investment AB Kinnevik
Investment AB Kinnevik (publ) ("Kinnevik") today announced that the Nomination Committee will propose to elect Anders Borg as new director of the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting in May 2015.

Kinnevik: Nomination committee ahead of 2015 Annual General Meeting
In accordance with the shareholder resolution of the 2014 Annual General Meeting, Cristina Stenbeck has convened the Nomination Committee comprising Kinnevik's larger shareholders in terms of voting interest.

Quito, Ecuador Once Again Wins Leading Destination South America
VICTORIA, BC--(Marketwired - August 11, 2014) - Held in Quito's Centro Cultural Itchimbia, over 300 industry leaders flew in from across Ecuador, Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Uruguay, Venezuela, Panama, Chile and Belize. Ecuador was also recognized as South America's Leading Green Destination and South America's Leading Tourism Board went to the Ecuador Ministry of Tourism

REMINDER: Meeting of the Minds 2012: Challenging Old Paradigms With Urban Innovations and Fresh Ideas From Around the World

Meeting of the Minds 2012: Challenging Old Paradigms With Urban Innovations and Fresh Ideas From Around the World

Payments and Consumer Technology Leaders See Mass Market Ahead for NFC
NFC SOLUTIONS SUMMIT 2012 -- Executives from MasterCard, Sony, Intel, and other leading companies took the stage yesterday at day one of the Smart Card Alliance's NFC Solutions Summit 2012 and they all agree: NFC is coming soon, and when it does, it will enable a broad array of applications that will enhance the consumer experience -- at the point-of-sale (POS) and in everyday interactions.

Injured Dernbach to miss ODI series against Australia
Pacer Jade Dernbach will not play for England in the remaining ODIs against Australia after he suffered a side strain during the second match at The Oval.

England cricketers to face HMRC quiz on tax loophole
England cricket stars would be facing an tax investigation into a loophole that could be saving players thousands of pounds a year.

Clarke confident about not giving up No.1 ODI spot to England
England will become No.1 in all three formats-the Test, one-day and Twenty20 games-if they beat Australia 5-0 in the ODI series, but Michael Clarke is confident about not relinquishing their place at the top of the rankings and is keen to pull off a surprise series win.

Warner warns England pacers 'bowl fast and get smacked for boundaries'
Australia opener David Warner has warned England pace bowlers that the faster they will bowl, the easier it would be for him to smack them for boundaries.

Finn urges young bowlers to seize chance provided by rotation policy
England pacer Steven Finn has urged his fellow young fast bowler to seize the chance provided by the rotation policy to stake a claim for a more permanent spot in the ODI side.

Watson ready to resume verbal battle with Anderson
Australia's vice-captain Shane Watson is ready to resume his verbal battle with England pacer James Anderson in the upcoming one-day series.

Anderson still hopeful about playing in England's World T20 squad
Fast bowler Jimmy Anderson is still hopeful he can play a part in England's World T20 title defence in September despite being left out of the squad to face West Indies this month.

Strauss 'unperturbed' over disharmony fears in team following KP, Anderson incidents
England captain Andrew Strauss has said he is not worried over fears that the harmonious environment in the dressing room might get disturbed following Kevin Pietersen and Jimmy Anderson related incidents.

Strauss defends decision to rest 'in form' Anderson for Edgbaston Test
England captain Andrew Strauss has defended the decision to rest in form fast bowler James Anderson for the final Test match against West Indies at Edgbaston, saying it would help his strike bowler in the longer run.

Flower says Anderson was rested over fears of him 'snapping physically and mentally'
England coach Andy Flower has claimed that in-form fast bowler James Anderson was rested because he feared that he would snap physically and mentally.

Legendary Botham slams England's 'nonsense' decision to rest Anderson
Former England captain Sir Ian Botham has hit out at England's decision to rest their best Test bowler James Anderson for the final Test against West Indies, saying it made no sense.

Flower 'lays down law' to maintain 'detached' coach-player relationship
England coach Andy Flower has warned his players to respect his decisions, keeping enough of distance between himself and the squad to be able to make the tough calls, and makes no apology for it.

Ex-England pacer Harmison wants to pay his due to Durham
Having played 63 Tests for England and claimed 226 wickets, former England fast bowler Steve Harmison has said he would like to pay back English County Durham for showing faith in his skills as a player.

Anderson 'fuming' over being omitted for third and final Test of Windies series
England cricketer James Anderson is fuming over his enforced absence from this week's Edgbaston Test against the West Indies.

Broad set for England chop, following in 'disappointed' Anderson's footsteps
England is planning to rest Stuart Broad at Edgbaston this week after resting a disappointed Jimmy Anderson, who wanted to play in the third Investec Test against West Indies.

England's 'world class matchwinners' Anderson and Swann 'as good as Warne and McGrath': Saker
Coach David Saker has said England bowlers of Jimmy Anderson and Graeme Swann are as good as Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.

Anderson, Samuels involved in verbal spat on Day 1 of Trent Bridge Test
England pacer James Anderson and Marlon Samuels were involved in a verbal battle in which the West Indies batsman had the upper hand as his century helped turn the tide of the second Test.

Ex Pak skipper Latif backs team to win series against 'No. 1 Test side' England
Former Pakistan skipper Rashid Latif has backed the team to beat the top-ranked Test team England in a three-Test series at the United Arab Emirates next month.

Proteas rookie Parnell must stay in squad to ensure team's bright prospects
South African rookie Wayne Parnell will likely be included in the squad for the South Africa- England Test series to brighten his team's prospects.

England expects ferocious battle with Pakistan: Anderson
England fast bowler James Anderson expects a ferocious and heated battle with Pakistan next month as his side attempts to confirm their world No 1 status.

England spinner Panesar included in squad for Test series against Pak
England spinner Monty Panesar has been included in the team for the three- match Test series against Pakistan between January and February 2012.

England pace bowlers set for South African visit
England strike bowlers Stuart Broad, James Anderson and Chris Tremlett will be taking part in a two-week "boot camp" at the highly-rated Highveld facilities of Potchefstroom University, as part of fitness rehabilitation ahead of that country's Test series against Pakistan in the neutral United Arab Emirates from mid-January.

Graham Onions 'desperate' to get back into England Test side
England fast bowler Graham Onions has said that he expects to be named in the national squad for next month's Test series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to seal a comeback.

'I was a bit disappointed when rested for India tour,' says Anderson
England fast bowler James Anderson has said that he was disappointed over being 'rested' for the recent tour of India.

England bowler Anderson calls on ICC to maintain Test cricket's popularity
England pace bowler James Anderson has said the International Cricket Council (ICC) should take e responsibility for preventing the lustre of Test matches being faded out by one- internationals.

Steyn becomes 20th bowler in ICC rankings history to break 900-point mark threshold
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has become only the 20th bowler in history to break the 900-point mark barrier in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Player Rankings for Test bowlers after claiming six wickets in his side's eight-wicket win over Australia in Cape Town.

Broad, Anderson admit that England ODI side needs working over
England fast bowlers Stuart Broad and James Anderson, who are back home through injury and rest, have candidly accepted that there are problems with the one-day side that need immediate addressing.

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